They can!Together with organizations from around the world, the International White Cane Safety Day is celebrated annually through different events. The International White Cane Safety Awareness Day Fun Walk, run and hosted by the SA National Council for the Blind, was a great success and MySchool donated R100 per registered entry. The Council, in turn, promised to use these funds to make white canes more readily available to needy blind people for whom the cane is not only a vital tool for their daily lives, but also a symbol of their independence.

What happens to fish if you throw empty plastic bags in a river? Why is it wrong to litter? How many different types of plants exist in my community, and which ones can I plant to provide me with food?

The innovative Woolworths at the new Palmyra Junction shopping centre in Claremont, Cape Town, which opened on 28 October 2010, is not only the second largest  Woolworths Foodmarket in the Western Cape (after Constantia Village), it’s also the ‘greenest’ Woolworths store yet.

For the 17th year running, hundreds of animal-lovers and their dogs participated in the SPCA Royal Canin Wiggle Waggle Walkathon on the 28 November 2010. In total there were 2,251 dog-walkers and 1,751 dogs that took part in the biggest organized dog walk in the Western Cape. This event raised R110 659, for abused, neglected and abandoned animals.